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SubjectRe: [patch, 2.6.11-rc2] sched: RLIMIT_RT_CPU_RATIO feature
Ingo Molnar <> writes:

> * Nick Piggin <> wrote:
>> But the important elements are lost. The standard provides a
>> deterministic scheduling order, and a deterministic scheduling latency
>> (of course this doesn't mean a great deal for Linux, but I think we're
>> good enough for a lot of soft-rt applications now).
>> > [1]
> no, the patch does not break POSIX. POSIX compliance means that there is
> an environment that meets POSIX. Any default install of Linux 'breaks'
> POSIX in a dozen ways, you have to take a number of steps to get a
> strict, pristine POSIX environment. The only thing that changes is that
> now you have to add "set RT_CPU ulimit to 0 or 100" to that (long) list
> of things.

I agree. Is the rest of this list documented somewhere?
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